Stephen Colbert mocks Scaramucci in Queen cover song

A somber Stephen Colbert marked Monday night with a special tribute song to Anthony 'the Mooch' Scaramucci just hours after he was fired from the White House.

Taking the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, Colbert told his Late Show audience that 'I come to you tonight a broken man.' 

Colbert said he was 'shocked' to hear that Scaramucci would no longer be serving as President Donald 's communications director.  

A sullen Stephen Colbert (pictured) paid a special tribute to Anthony 'the Mooch' Scaramucci just hours after he was fired from the White House 

A sullen Stephen Colbert (pictured) paid a special tribute to Anthony 'the Mooch' Scaramucci just hours after he was fired from the White House 

'Yes, The Mooch is toast,' said Colbert. 'The front-stabber has been back-stabbed.' 

'He said he was going to fire everybody and I’ve got to admit, he delivered.'

Following the news, Colbert, 53, memorialized Scaramucci's short-lived stint at the White House in a mock song parodying Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.

'Momma, I just got canned,' Colbert began. 'I barley just got to the White House, said some dumb stuff now I'm out.'

'Momma, my job had just begun, and now I've gone and thrown it all away,' Colbert sang, noting that he hadn't rehearsed before the show.

'Didn't mean to

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